We at One-to-One Enfield work towards the inclusion of people with learning difficulties and Autistic adults so that they can live their lives on equal footing to other people in a community that is accessible to them.
Since it's formation in 1991, the charity has gone from strength to strength with our members at our heart.
Our members play an active part in decision making to move the charity forward in a way that really helps and addresses their needs. Many of our Management Committee and Board of Trustees also have lived experience so they can really aid us with strategies, decisions and support to ensure we are fulfilling our aims of allowing our members the opportunities to live more fully.
What we do?
We run a range activities and programmes for Autistic adults and those with learning difficulties to take part in within the community.
We run learning difficulties and Autism awareness training.
We run Enfield’s Learning Difficulties and Autism Council.
We provide volunteering opportunities and training within our organisation.
We provide an accredited healthy living training to give people accessible information on staying healthy.
We give people opportunities to learn and develop their leadership skills.
If you'd like to take advantage of our activities and services, please feel free to join us as a member. There is no cost at all to you to join the One-to-One family.
We aim to support Autistic adults and those with learning difficulties to live better lives, have a voice and be included within the local community.
We aim to educate the public as to the difficulties encountered by people with learning difficulties and Autistic adults and to highlight the advantages of integrating them into the general community.
We work towards the inclusion of people with learning difficulties and Autistic adults so that they can live their lives on an equal footing to other people in a community that is accessible to them.
To remove prejudice and discrimination from the lives of those with learning difficulties and/or Autistic adults.
To empower those with learning difficulties and Autistic adults to have a voice within their community.
To promote inclusion so that each person can live the life they choose equally.
To educate the public about learning difficulties and Autism.